Russell was a brilliant philosopher, but even the simplest practical task was quite beyond him.
We meet at a time of tension between the United States and Muslims around the world – tension rooted in historical forces that go beyond any current policy debate.
Did you possibly not notice until just now? "Er, well ... it was just so beyond my imagination that ..."
Beyond the Right's populism and the dispersion of the Left which have made this situation possible, I take full responsibility for this defeat and draw the necessary conclusions by retiring from political life after the end of the presidential election.
Beyond what age is it unhealthy for a child to have imaginary friends?
It goes without saying that at that time a kind of friendship beyond master and disciple grew between the two of them.
Does the motorway continue beyond Birmingham?; Most people don’t go on working beyond the age of 65.
She said very little beyond the occasional 'yes' and 'no' A lot of people now live beyond the age of 80. Our house is just beyond the bridge.
There was a wonderful view over the valleys and the mountains beyond. 'Up, up and beyond!' shouted the boy in the Superman's outfit.
I completely understand where they are coming from, but to take it to the next level of stopping it even if you haven't got children in the car then I think that's a little bit beyond people's personal space, really.
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It’s better to pose standing up than sitting down.
The photographer wanted Carla to pose for a photograph.
When you pose a question, you expect an answer.
It must have been something really big for him to strike a triumphant pose like that.
to pose a problem/risk/question
In Ankara, I made clear that America is not – and never will be – at war with Islam. We will, however, relentlessly confront violent extremists who pose a grave threat to our security.
If you're serious about solving the problem, then you cannot pose it as a Catch-22.
They look up at Big Ben; and then they pose to have their photo taken.
My twin brother was posing to be me. She always poses to be someone else.
Can we go back to the question that Helena posed earlier?
He adopted/assumed/struck (= moved into) an elegant pose.
They will pose numerous technological challenges for the next 10 years
Whatever we decide with regard to Kosovo will pose problems in that region.
The most successful scientists are those who pose the right questions.
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3. apart from
Everything apart from where it is.
All the students apart from Anna had done their homework.
Well, I mean, apart from the ones I don't like of course!
Do do anything apart from jogging?
They went there apart from me.
apart from a bad salary, it's not a bad job
All the members of the family apart from Judith had got married.
apart from this, everything is ok.
apart from being illegal, it is also dangerous
Since then, nothing has happened, apart from promises and high-sounding words.
I like all the films apart from horrors adn stupid romantic-comedy.
What benefits do you have, apart from salary?
apart from work
We didn't see anyone all day, apart from a couple of teenagers on the beach.
The whole world seemed to be sleeping, apart from Barbara
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4. out of
Two out of ten young people are addicted to mobile phones.
Go out of the shop and cross the road.
out of the shop
Nine out of ten people can't answer that question. (out of prison)
I've been paddling for six out of the seven days.
I especially liked the second scene out of this play.
With your passport you can’t travel out of Europe.
We’re out of milk.
Get out of bed – it’s 11 o’clock!
He asked out of curiosity
one out of every 200 people
Only two out of five people believe in the paranormal
The letter has fallen out of the envelope
Two members left out of fifty
I rate it five out of five.
Inglés palabrapoza"(out of) ocurre en conjuntos:3 - incredible storiespreposition of place
I'm out of breath after running up the stairs.
He cried out.
That company puts out a magazine, doesn't it?
I think it's unlikely that the next version of Windows will come out before the end of this month.
If you run out of cash, you can fall back on your savings in the bank.
One out of 455 women doesn't realize she's pregnant until the twentieth week of pregnancy.
Without your help, I couldn't have ridden out that crisis.
I'm going to have dinner with him tomorrow night, so I'll feel him out then.
The other day when I stopped by at a friend's house, it wasn't my friend that came out of the front door, but her husband.
The baby caught sight of my ballpoint pen and reached out for it.
He gently took the paper out of her hands and said, "It's time to rest."
After spending hours out in the cold winter wind, my skin got all chapped and dry.
When the company refused to increase their wages, they walked out.
The medical profession keeps handing out warnings about smoking.
On my way here, the strong wind blew my umbrella inside out.
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He dozed off.
Tom continued reading the newspaper even though the burglar alarm had gone off.
First off, I'd like you to come with me to a department store sale.
It was not until I got off the bus that I realized I had left my umbrella.
Trees give off oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide.
I saw Tom wiping his fingerprints off the doorknob.
I can't turn the shower off. Could you check it for me?
Instead of laying off these workers, why don't we just cut their hours?
He made heaps of money by ripping off naive suckers.
With this talisman, you can ward off any and all evil spirits.
Antibodies fight off infections and viruses.
We'll allow a 5 percent discount off list prices.
I quit my job and moved so I could start off with a clean slate.
I heard she brushed him off, saying "Let's just be friends."
To my regret, my favorite TV show went off the air last month.
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7. as well as
I am motivated as well as hard-working.
This bookstore sells books as well as newspapers.
It would be better to phone her as well as wrire.
Individuals, simple citizens, as well as parties, will be able to join.
Our neighbor brought cake as well as juice for everyone.
Sims indicate an imminent wave of attacks against civilian targets as well as military in the West.
We have a responsibility to our community as well as to our families.
We have looked at the uses and meaning of relative clauses as well as the words we begin them with
I like chips as well as coke
Violence against women is an international as well as a European problem.
as well as
I am going to take my tablet computer with me on the trip as well as my smart-phone.
ecological difficulties, as well as, space travel problems
Despite the fact that Kobe Beef, as well as Kobe Meat and Kobe Cattle, are patented terms...
This was a painful experience and Mohandas felt angry and bitter with himself, as well as with British officer
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8. on top of
We must have all been on top of each other about 15 billion years ago.
You can see our cat on top of the table.
9. other than
We have every drink other than tequilla.
The eployee is convicted of a criminal offence other than an offence under traffic legislation which a penalty other than a term of imprisonment
Inglés palabrapoza"(other than) ocurre en conjuntos:Słówka 06-12.08
The Mexican government announced the banning of all imports of second-hand cars, except for 1998 models.
At a directors' meeting, unless a quorum is participating, no proposal is to be voted on, except a proposal to call another meeting.
She's a lot like the millions of others who stood in line to make their voice heard in this election except for one thing: Ann Nixon Cooper is 106 years old.
Some scientists think that dolphins are the most intelligent animals in the world except for man, and that we may be able to talk with them one day.
Except in special circumstances, anyone is allowed to enter the building.
Bender often utters the phrase "Kill all humans", even if he always silently adds "except one" referring to Fry.
To tell you the truth, I'd tell Tony I'm going back to cutting the grass myself again next year, except for one thing.
Philosophy is a science, and as such has no articles of faith; accordingly, in it nothing can be assumed as existing except what is either positively given empirically, or demonstrated through indubitable conclusions.
The "buddy system" is a way to stay safe while hiking in the woods, except when encountering pregnant bears, which eat for two or even three or four.
Age may have one side, but assuredly Youth has the other. There is nothing more certain than that both are right, except perhaps that both are wrong.
The boat sails from Oban every day except Sunday. Everyone passed the exam except for Rory. [+ (that)] So nothing changed, except that Anna saw her son less and less.
One of the characteristics of the Ancien Régime is that almost everybody had privileges, except peasants.
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